Pennsylvania Unemployment Electronic Filing Changes
has been trying to unveil the Employer Tax Services portion of their system redesign,
known as Unemployment Compensation Management System (UCMS). They had originally
slated 1st quarter tax and wage reports, due April 30, 2011, to be filed electronically,
and the agency would no longer mail paper quarterly report forms.
agency’s UI newsletter for Spring 2011 says UCMS – Employer Tax Services is not available
yet, so the mandatory electronic filing is being pushed back. (Attached is a
copy of the Spring 2011 newsletter page and a copy of a communication the agency sent
to employers about the UCMS in October 2010.)
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